Marvel Comics continuity
Devil's Due G.I. Joe vs Transformers continuity
Cobra dug dozens of Autobots and Decepticons out of their four-million-year resting place and began rebuilding them into a Cobra-controlled army. However, with Wheeljack and Bumblebee's help, the mind-controlled Transformers were awakened, including Bonecrusher and the other Constructicons. While eager to get back at their former captors, the Constructicons were ordered by Soundwave to protect the SPS Satellite controls from the Autobots and Joes that were assaulting Cobra Island. Upon arriving at the frontlines, Bonecrusher merged with his team, and Devastator managed to kill Hound before he was overwhelmed by the attackers and had his Bonecrusher arm blown off at the shoulder.
- Bonecrusher was voiced by Neil Ross in the Transformers cartoon. Ross was the voice of Shipwreck in the Sunbow G.I. Joe cartoon.
- In the Devil's Due comic, Bonecrusher's chest is painted purple like with the other Constructicons, but it should be green as it becomes his shovel in vehicle mode. What confirms this as a mistake and not an artistic choice is the fact that the shovel is green in Devastator's arm.